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2010-01-09T18:17:12+01:00
Starting with little more than a historical tidbit about a boxer named Kid McCoy--after whom the phrase "the real McCoy" was supposedly coined--lauded Chang and Eng author Strauss whips up a bustling story of showmanship at the dawn of America's modern age. Strauss' McCoy is really just a skinny kid from the Indiana heartland called Virgil, who steals his name from a deceased boxer and makes it big after hooking up with the P.T. Barnum-like Chinese con artist Johnnie Gold, known as "the Buddha of McCoy"